We are hours away from the 2017 Taste of Rappahannock, which will be held Saturday evening in the spacious Barn at The Inn at Mount Vernon in Sperryville.
“Sold out and there’s a waiting list,” relays the Taste’s Kevin McCloskey.
As always, tasty dishes from several of the county’s finest restaurants and wine from Rappahannock’s wonderful local vineyards will complement this year’s Taste.
In addition, there are exciting auction items, silent and live. There will also be raffles with some fantastic prizes.
The mission of Headwaters is to foster educational excellence in Rappahannock County by cultivating the cooperative spirit and resources of the whole
community to benefit all students. Headwaters was founded in 1997 by a group of public school parents to provide independent support for the public school system and to increase community involvement in education.
Headwaters’ programs serve all of Rappahannock children, aiming to reach those at greatest risk, with after-school enrichment programs, reading instruction, educational enrichment grants, mentoring, career and college access, and farm-to-table to help keep students nourished and alert in the process.
The annual Taste of Rappahannock, held at the Barn at the Inn at Mount Vernon in Sperryville, is always a sold-out crowd pleaser.